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e2Value (Stamford, Conn.), a provider of web-based property valuation solutions, has announced that it is partnering with Insurtech company Betterview (San Francisco) to provide replacement cost calculations directly within the Betterview platform for use by property insurance underwriters.
e2Value pitches its technology as maximizing the efficiency and accuracy of property underwriters by providing instant property value estimates for residential and commercial structures with only an address; the firm can also value agricultural structures.
“We are thrilled to have a formal connection with Betterview,” comments Todd Rissel, CEO, e2Value. “We’ve worked with the Betterview team since their early days and think their remote property intelligence platform shows their ability to listen to clients and adapt their capabilities to the market.
“Clients have asked for—and Betterview is now delivering—the ability to obtain a value for structures via e2Value,” Risel adds. “We are excited to be a part of the Betterview story.”
Additional Property Insight
Betterview’s technology is also focused on streamlining the underwriting process for property/casualty insurance carriers. The company’s machine vision-driven platform uses aerial imagery and other third-party data sources to provide insurers with actionable insights on property risk. By partnering with e2Value, Betterview provides its users with a further source of property insight. Property valuations and replacement cost estimates from e2Value will be viewable directly within the Betterview platform.
“I am very pleased to formalize our longstanding relationship with e2Value,” comments David Tobias, co-founder and COO, Betterview. “Their constantly-updated replacement cost data combined with Betterview’s platform is a pairing customers have been asking for. We are enthusiastic about bringing these two powerful resources together to help insurers obtain more accurate and timely assessments of property exposures and conditions.”
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